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Clelia Mosher: The Coolest Sex Researcher You’ve Never Heard Of

Sex research as a science pretty much started with the pioneering works of Kinsey and his contemporaries, right? Well, not quite. Dr. Clelia Mosher was surveying married women about their feelings towards sex as early as the 1890s. Not all Victorian women were prudes, it turns out, since many of them thought of sex as something that fueled their partnerships or was pleasurable in its own right. Unfortunately, Dr. Mosher’s findings remained buried in archives for decades. Continue Reading →

L.A. Residents Have More Sex Than Other Americans

A new sex survey released by Trojan reveals that Angelenos have sex 135 times a year, with Houston as the closest runner-up (125 times a year). Married couples reported higher sexual satisfaction than single folks, though singles apparently had sex with greater frequency. Follow the link for more interesting tidbits, though I’m taking this information with a grain of salt until I see more about the study’s methods. Follow us on Twitter @mysexprofessor. Follow Jeana, the author of this post, @foxyfolklorist. Continue Reading →